NIF


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NIF

(communications)
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Physicists fired the NIF laser at a centimeter-long metal cylinder called a hohlraum.
Already the most incredibly tightly controlled and most energetic laser in the world, it is remarkable that NIF has achieved the 500 TW milestone -- quite a significant achievement," said Dr.
Unbowed by the witch hunt, NIF continues to fight against those who, in their fever to protect Israel's image, would defame, undermine or destroy Israeli human rights groups.
To be eligible for NIF matching funding, firms would have to form an industry-led research consortium of at least five firms, agree to develop a mid-term (3-to 10-year) technology roadmap that charts out generic science and technology needs that the firms share, and provide at least a dollar-for-dollar match of federal funds.
NIF intends to take Mazda Car Rental public in three to four years.
Currently, the NIF and the Peoples' Liberation Movement are holding serious peace talks for the first time.
Manufacturing will be done at Syncro Vac's recently-expanded Milpitas, CA, facility, featuring a 6,000 square foot area dedicated to the NIF project.
The free press journals and periodicals were closed down, opponents of the regime disappeared or were tortured in "ghost houses", any open assembly or public expression of opposition to the new regime was banned, and the only legitimate party recognized was the NIF.
The department, which is promoting the NIF as an important scientific tool for research into fusion energy, plans to begin partial operation of the NIF, the size of football stadium, in 2004.
2) Since the initial contract with the supervisory board of the NIF, the fund managers have been dismissed or some members of their consortia have left.
I think NIF will keep the weaponeers thinking about new and different ways to make bombs," he says.
What NIF can do is give us a better way to keep lines of communication open--provide a time, a place and a setting for people to come together and share opinions, to search for common ground, much like the model of the New England town meetings.